In 1994 Brandy’s “I Wanna Be Down” remix was groundbreaking. Four women on a track, three of which were female rappers, flipping music on it’s ear. 20 years later Brandy, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte and Yo-Yo reunited on BET’s “Hip-Hop Awards” and performed the classic.
20 years later and these ladies still look good.
video via BET
In what was easily the highlight of any music awards show I’ve seen in recent years, R&B singer Brandy along with a FLAWLESS MC Lyte, Yo-Yo and Queen Latifah reunited to perform the remix of Brandy’s monster hit “I Wanna Be Down.” I could be wrong, and I usually am, but this remix was bigger than the original version of the song. The OG version was pretty damn swell too...
Denzel won me all over again for this impression.
As he was a guest on the Queen Latifah show, Denzel was speaking about a time he was with Jay-Z and it went a little something like this.
Denzel could play Jay-Z in a biopic.
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Everyone’s favorite Little Leaguer was at Tuesday’s Dodger’s game and she brought company.
This girl is living the dream!
Welcome Mo’ne Davis and @IAMQUEENLATIFAH to Dodger Stadium! #Dodgers pic.twitter.com/S7sCKGU3L0
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) September 2, 2014
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Hot 97′s Summer Jam can be traced all the way back to 1994, with performances from the Wu-Tang Clan, Queen Latifah, A Tribe Called Quest and more. BlackSportsOnline decided to put together our Top 5 Hot 97 Summer Jam years, providing a list of our favorite performance. Starting with No. 5:
You can expect more music from Queen Latifah.
The entertainer, who sang ''America the Beautiful'' at Sunday's Super Bowl, says she's working on new music, and she'll use her talk show to promote it.
''I'm already working on stuff with that,'' she said of the new music. ''I can kind of interweave that with the talk show. ...It's time to jack another day at the show, give the interviews...
Via AP on Fox
February 02, 2014
Anyone tuning in early to the Super Bowl with thumbs at the ready to tweet about musical hijinks in the run up to the game was shut down by Queen Latifah, Renee Fleming and scores of choral singers.
Rapper and singer Queen Latifah and the opera star Fleming proved the perfect choices to sing ''America the Beautiful'' and ''The Star-Spangled Banner.'' Both women are accomplished...
Via AP on Fox
February 02, 2014
If you watched the Grammy’s or heard anything about early coverage from the day the nominations came out, you know that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were noms in Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song, and Best Rap Album, to which he took home four wins. Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Mary Lambert, Madonna (ew), and Queen Latifah made...
The Super Bowl is an event worthy of a Queen, and it will have one in the house on Sunday.
Queen Latifah will sing “America The Beautiful” as part of Super Bowl XLVIII pregame festivities at MetLife Stadium, the NFL announced on Monday. She will sing as part of the FOX pregame show, which be televised live prior to kickoff between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks. The...